Purchasing a smartphone is not an easy task these days. And if you’re out to get a mid range one, the task becomes increasingly more difficult. The mid range segment is that sweet spot where manufacturers can earn some decent profits from those buyers who don’t want to buy the expensive flagships, so a lot of devices are thrown in this segment that cost more than their actual worth. Finding great devices in this segment is like finding needles in haystack. But now when you’re here, it won’t remain difficult anymore as here we’re going to provide you a list of 5 best mid range smartphones that you can buy in 2018. Let’s get started:
#1. Moto G6 (64GB)
Motorola’s G series has been dominating the mid range smartphone market scene since ever, and that continues to be true this year too. Motorola has again provided a great package this year in the form of Moto G6, which comes with 5.7-inches large Full HD+ (2,160 x 1,080 px) display, Snapdragon 450 octa-core processor, 4GB RAM, 12mp+5mp dual-lens primary camera, 16mp secondary camera, Android 8.1 Oreo, 3,000 mAh battery and USB Type-C charging port. In short, it has every latest feature that you would want to have in your smartphone without spoiling your budget.
#2. Oppo F7
Though it lacks a dual-lens primary camera, Oppo F7 still manages to trump a lot of other smartphones in mid range segment with its photography prowess. Don’t make a mistake to judge it by the presence of a single lens on its back – its 16mp primary shooter with awesome scene recognition capabilities is more than enough to capture great shots. Plus, it’s also a selfie specialist with 25 mp front facing shooter. Other specs include MediaTek Helio P60 processor, 4GB RAM, 6.23-inches large Full HD display and 3,400 mAh battery.
#3. Huawei P20 Lite
The ‘lite’ sibling of Huawei P20 is a powerful offering from the company in mid range segment. It comes with octa-core HiSilicon Kirin 659 CPU, 4GB RAM, 5.84-inches large Full HD+ display with 1,080 x 2,280 px resolution, 16mp+2mp dual-lens primary camera and 24mp secondary camera. Moreover, it supports fast charging, has got a Type-C USB port and comes with a 3,000 mAh battery. 64GB of internal storage has also been given with expandable capacity up to 256GB, so you won’t run out of storage on this device. However, whether you like its notch or not is a completely is a completely subjective affair.
#4. Samsung Galaxy J8 2018
If you want the power of Snapdragon processor with reliability of a well-established brand, look no further than Samsung Galaxy J8 2018. It comes with octa-core Snapdragon 450 processor, 4GB RAM, 6-inches large Infinity HD (1,280 x 720 px) display, 16mp+5mp dual-lens primary camera and 16mp secondary camera. The battery loaded in this device is a 3,500 mAh one, but with no quick charging support. And it’s also a non-removable battery. In-build storage is 64GB and it runs Android 8.0 Oreo out of the box. There’s only one shortcoming though – its design is not as premium as that of other devices mentioned here! But yes, it’s Samsung.
#5. Vivo V7 Plus
Vivo had launched its first wave of mid range smartphones with 18:9 displays last year, and they’re awesome this year too. Vivo V7 Plus was one among them, and it arrived with octa-core Snapdragon 450 processor, 4GB RAM, 5.99 inch FulllView display with HD+ resolution(720 x 1,440 px), 16mp primary camera and 24mp secondary camera. To power it there’s a 3,225 mAh battery underneath that’s non removable, and it ships with Android 7.1 Nougat.
So this was our list of 5 best mid range smartphones that can be bought by anyone in 2018. If you’re going to purchase any new mid range smartphone, go ahead with any of these. On the other hand, if you already own any of these mid range flagships, please share your thoughts about it in the comments so everyone can come to know more about it. Also if you know someone who’s going to purchase a new smartphone, share this article with them and ask them to thank you later!
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